- VIDO-InterVac Director featured on Canada Am
- Researcher hunts for faster gonorrhea test
The global health community is down to its last bullet in the fight against gonorrhea. Jo-Anne Dillon, a research scientist with VIDO-InterVac wants to make that bullet count.
- VIDO-InterVac attains ISO 9001:2008 certification
VIDO-InterVac receives ISO 9001:2008 certification for its management system, a move aimed at enhancing its competitiveness in vaccine research and development on the world stage.
- VIDO-InterVac PhD student wins best poster award
Steve Jimbo wins best poster award at International Veterinary Immunology Symposium.
- Andrew Potter Blog: Vaccine challenges and opportunities
Infectious diseases of humans and animals have historically been the leading cause of death worldwide, a situation that has not changed to this day. These diseases are now in the public eye more than ever.
- VIDO-InterVac: Keeping Canada at forefront of discovery science
New vaccine research and development against existing and emerging diseases can now proceed thanks to final certification of VIDO-InterVac at the University of Saskatchewan.
- VIDO celebrates certification of the International Vaccine Centre at the University of Saskatchewan
New vaccine research and development against existing and emerging diseases can now proceed thanks to final certification of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization’s International Vaccine Centre (VIDO‐InterVac) at the University of Saskatchewan.
- PREVENT and VIDO sign collaborative agreement with South China United Vaccine Institute and Guangzho Institute of Respiratory Disease
- VIDO-InterVac scientists receive $1M in Agricuture Funding
Five VIDO-InterVac researchers were collectively awarded more than $1 million in funding from the Agriculture Development Fund.
- Former VIDO Director Lorne Babiuk inducted into Saskatchewan Agriculture Hall of Fame
Dr. Lorne Babiuk was the visionary and strategist who made VIDO-InterVac a world leader in animal vaccine development.